Thesaurus / boorish

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

In excess it renders one "too smooth" and "oily;" while its deficiency renders one boorish, unattractive and disagreeable.

How to Read Human NatureWilliam Walker Atkinson

She has gone to her chamber sick in head and heart alike from your boorish behavior.

In the ValleyHarold Frederic

Oswald did not care who was present as far as his boorish attitude toward Marina was concerned.

Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

Now he understood Leonora's mocking tone, and the violence she had used in repulsing all boorish liberties he had tried to take.

The TorrentVicente Blasco Ibaez

In other words, there are some people who would be boorish under any circumstances.

I do not mean that he is boorish or eccentric, merely that he is bookish and self-absorbed.

Fortunately he had taken the blow good-humoredly, and was pouring into her unwilling ear a fusillade of boorish compliments when.

At his suggestion, Beethoven, who was a practical joker of boorish capabilities, sent her a tuft from the chin of a goat.

He has such ill manners and such a boorish way of expressing himself.

Castle of TerrorE.J. Liston

He seems a passionate and boorish creature, this wonderful convict disciplinarian.

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